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Creating capacity for Mobility Hubs

In the face of rapid urbanization, cities want to become and remain more liveable – to be smart cities that are clean, safe and comfortable.

Cegeka helps smart cities, innovative real-estate and infrastructure companies to offer citizens, businesses, employees, and visitors a better experience by integrating the best digital solutions for mobility hubs.

Join our Mobility Platform for Smart Cities

Cities will face various challenges like congestion, the shortage of space, and pollution. We believe that the solution lies in better use of data through our Capacity platform.

Cegeka Capacity Platform


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Meaningful connections

By connecting app providers, technology partners, (smart) cities providers of mobility products and services we aim to create a better user experience.

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Efficient management

Our Capacity Management System allows owners of parkings/mobility hubs to manage the Capacity efficiently with a customer-centric approach. 

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Intelligence add-on

We add intelligence to businesses and cities in order to unlock new possibilities in the fields of mobility, electrification and managed connectivity. 

Creating capacity

Mobility Solutions
In a nutshell

The Capacity Platform offers various smart mobility solutions. These solutions impact the user journey of cities, real estate companies, and people in and around cities. Our product sheet explains the possibilities. 


"In the smart city of the future, consumers expect personalised and seamless experiences. At Cegeka we fully realise that we are evolving towards user-centric digital ecosystems. Thanks to our expertise in applied innovation, we can play a crucial role in this.

Stijn Bijnens, CEO Cegeka"
Stijn Bijnens

Smart Cities: topics & trends

The Capacity platform focuses on mobility, electrification and managed connectivity. We keep our eye on the latest technologies and developments.

The world as a huge city

By 2030, two in three people will be living in cities. This will impact our transportation, accessibility and energy.

Data is a major connective factor

The physical world will have to be connected to the digital world in order to use space and time efficiently and comfortably. 

Ongoing congestion in city centers

Up to 25% of traffic is caused by searching for parking space. Private mobility companies such as Uber and Lyft increase traffic even more.

One big digital platform

iPhones contain 200 billion applications that allow us to communicate. This requires more digital space and more powerful networks.

Interconnected energy grid

It will require a strategic approach to make sure that cities will have enough electricity to power all of their physical and digital platforms.

Mind the gap

The fragmentation and lack of connectivity between the various offered (public) services make cities become less attractive.


Hand-outs IoT Convention keynotes
June 2019

Create capacity for Smart Cities

by Stijn Bijnens (CEO)

Mobility hubs are essential connections for Smart Cities to become intelligent mobility ecosystems.  Cities should increase investments in digital solutions instead of physical infrastructure. Find out more about the evolution and the future of cities, the laws of the digital age, Smart City accelerators and enablers. 

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Join the (r)evolution in mobility

by David Neys (Product Manager)

The growth of cities, populations and traffic is ongoing. By 2030 there will be 8.5 billion people and 66% of them will live in cities. So how will we travel in the future? Cities have to orchestrate mobility and need to incentivize to change behaviour. Join the (r)evolution!

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Want to contribute to future-proof cities?

Join the Capacity Platform